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Jennifer Jason Leigh

Jennifer Jason Leigh was born Jennifer Lee Morrow in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of writer Barbara Turner and actor Vic Morrow. Her father was of Russian Jewish descent and her mother was of Austrian Jewish ancestry. She is the sister of Carrie Ann Morrow and half-sister of actress Mina Badie. Jennifer's parents divorced when she was two.... See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 26 wins & 61 nominations. See more awards »

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Anomalisa Lisa Hesselman
Single White Female
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 2017-2018 Atypical (TV Series)
Elsa Gardner
 2018 Patrick Melrose (TV Mini-Series)
Eleanor Melrose
 2018 Annihilation
Dr Ventress
 2017 Twin Peaks (TV Series)
Chantal Hutchens
 2017 Good Time
Corey Ellman
 2016 LBJ
Lady Bird Johnson
 2016 Morgan
Dr. Kathy Grieff
 2015 The Hateful Eight
Daisy Domergue
 2015 Anomalisa
Lisa Hesselman (voice)
 2014 Open (TV Movie)
 2014/I Me
 2014 Welcome to Me
Deb Moseley
 2014 Alex of Venice
 2013 Jake Squared
 2013 Hateship Loveship
 2013/I The Moment
 2013 Kill Your Darlings
Naomi Ginsberg
 2013 The Spectacular Now
 2012 Revenge (TV Series)
Kara Wallace Clarke
 2009-2012 Weeds (TV Series)
Jill Price-Gray
 2010 Greenberg
Beth - Beller's Party
 2008 Synecdoche, New York
 2007 Margot at the Wedding
 2005 Rag Tale
Deputy Editor - The Rag, Mary Josephine (MJ) Morton
 2005 Easter Sunday (Short)
 2005 The Jacket
Dr. Beth Lorenson
 2004 Childstar
 2004 Palindromes
'Mark' Aviva
 2004 The Machinist
 2003 In the Cut
 2002 Mission Hill (TV Series)
Eunice 'Weirdie' Eulmeyer
 2002 Road to Perdition
Annie Sullivan
 2002 Hey Arnold! The Movie
Bridget (voice)
 2002 Crossed Over (TV Movie)
Karla Faye Tucker
 2001 Frasier (TV Series)
 2001 The Quickie
 2001 The Anniversary Party
Sally Therrian
 2001 The Man Who Wasn't There
Female inmate (uncredited)
 2000 Skipped Parts
Lydia Callahan
 2000 The King Is Alive
 2000 Twitch City (TV Series)
 1999 Spawn (TV Series)
 1999 eXistenZ
Allegra Geller
 1999 Superman (TV Series)
 1998 Hercules (TV Series)
 1998 Thanks of a Grateful Nation (TV Movie)
Teri Small
 1998 Adventures from the Book of Virtues (TV Series)
 1998 Tracey Takes On... (TV Series)
Paige Garland
 1998 King of the Hill (TV Series)
 1998 The Love Letter (TV Movie)
Elizabeth Whitcomb
 1997 A Thousand Acres
Caroline Cook
 1997 Washington Square
Catherine Sloper
 1996 Bastard Out of Carolina
Anney Boatwright
 1996 Kansas City
Blondie O'Hara
 1995 Georgia
Sadie Flood
 1995 Dolores Claiborne
Selena St. George
 1994 Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle
Dorothy Parker
 1994 The Hudsucker Proxy
Amy Archer
 1993 Short Cuts
Lois Kaiser
 1992 The Prom
 1992 Single White Female
Hedra Carlson
 1991 Rush
Kristen Cates
 1991 Crooked Hearts
Marriet Hoffman
 1991 Backdraft
Jennifer Vaitkus
 1990 Partners in Life (TV Movie)
 1990 Buried Alive (TV Movie)
Joanna Goodman
 1990 Miami Blues
Susie Waggoner
 1989 Last Exit to Brooklyn
 1989 The Big Picture
Lydia Johnson
 1988 Heart of Midnight
 1987 Under Cover
Tanille Laroux
 1987 Sister, Sister
Lucy Bonnard
 1986 Picnic (TV Movie)
Madge Owens
 1986 The Men's Club
 1986 The Hitcher
 1985 Flesh+Blood
 1984 Grandview, U.S.A.
Candy Webster
 1983 Girls of the White Orchid (TV Movie)
Carol Heath
 1983 Easy Money
Allison Capuletti
 1983 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)
Andrea Fairchild
 1982 The First Time (TV Movie)
Bonnie Dillon
 1982 Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Stacy Hamilton
 1982 Trapper John, M.D. (TV Series)
Karen McCall
 1982 Wrong Is Right
Young Girl
 1981 The Best Little Girl in the World (TV Movie)
Casey Powell
 1981 The Killing of Randy Webster (TV Movie)
Amy Wheeler
 1981 CBS Afternoon Playhouse (TV Series)
Laurie Mcintyre
 1981 Eyes of a Stranger
 1981 The Waltons (TV Series)
Kathy Seals
 1980 Angel City (TV Movie)
Kristy Teeter
 1978 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (TV Series)
 1978 Family (TV Series)
Jenny Blair
 1977 Baretta (TV Series)
 1976 The Spy Who Never Was
Girl playing with a rubber ball (uncredited)
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She has acted as a model in several art photographs by the American photographer Gregory Crewdson. See more »

Publicity Listings:

31 Interviews | 39 Articles | 16 Pictorials | 31 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »

Alternate Names:

Jennifer Leigh


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Personal Quote:

When I did Short Cuts (1993) with Robert Altman, I went up to him on the first day and said 'Hi', and he said 'Hi, how are you? Could you get me a cup of coffee?' When I brought it back, it turned out he thought I was the PA. For him, I come alive on film. As a person, I don't really register that much. I mean, he loves me, I don't take it as a cut, although you could. But he says that as a ... See more »


In 1997, Jennifer appeared in Faith No More's music video "Last Cup of Sorrow". Its plot was derived from Alfred Hitchcock's film Vertigo (1958). See more »



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